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The definitive evidence-based resource on the diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders
Laryngeal Function and Voice Disorders: Basic Science to Clinical Practice by renowned experts Christopher Watts and Shaheen Awan focuses on the latest developments in the assessment and management of voice disorders. New ASHA practice recommendations are included in accessible, digestible, and didactic content. This unique multimedia resource merges historical facts and experiential understanding with recent advances in scientific knowledge and evidence-based practice patterns.
The book includes discussion of the anatomical, physiological, acoustic, aerodynamic, and imaging science informing the understanding of vocal function in normal and disordered states. Major technical components of voice evaluation are covered, including perceptual analyses, acoustic analyses, aerodynamic analyses, and laryngeal visualization.
This highly practical reference is a must have for upper-level undergraduate students in communication sciences, graduate students in speech language pathology, and practicing health care professionals. Otolaryngology and neurology residents and physical therapy doctoral candidates will also find this resource beneficial.
This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.
1 Anatomy and Physiology of Phonation
2 Survey of Voice Disorders
3 The Voice Diagnostic: Initial Considerations, Case History, and Perceptual Evaluation
4 Acoustic Analysis of Voice
5 Aerodynamic Analyses of Vocal Function
6 Laryngeal Endoscopy and Stroboscopy
7 Medical Treatment of Voice Disorders
8 Voice Treatment: Orientations, Framework, and Interventions
9 Voice Rehabilitation after Laryngeal Cancer